Television Documentary 13 Episodes (30 Minutes)
Architecture is the constant fight between man and nature, the fight to overwhelm nature, to possess it. The first act of architecture is to put a stone on the ground. That act transforms a condition of nature into a condition of culture; it’s a holy act.
Mario Botta : Swiss Architect
TYPE : DOCUMENTARY
SYSTEM : Full HD
LENGTH : 13 Episodes / 30 Minutes
BROADCASTING : Thailand / Worldwide
Language : English
The best architecture is not only an extension of nature and its surroundings, but also a portrayal of passion, ideas, and a lesson in a nation’s history and culture. In Thailand, architecture is influenced by everything from traditions spanning centuries, to the country’s often balmy climate. The importance of community and religion to the Thai people can be witnessed equally in the structures of the smallest town and the largest cities.
Thailand Grand Spaces tells a story about architecture and the inspiration that drives people within the industry. It is a drive necessary to overcome the obstacles presented by modern-day priorities and responsibilities. Today, creation must encompass a concern for the environment, care for one’s fellow human beings, new technology evolving manufacturing and distribution, resurgence of local culture in response to the global market, and more.
There are no limitations if there is a desire to design.
Thailand Grand Spaces : X2 KUIBURI with Duangrit Bunnag
“If you end up copying yourself, it’s a disaster of architect “ Duangrit Bunnag,
Businessmen and foreign tourists around the world praise the X2 Kui Buri Resort as the best 5 Stars resort that captured the heart of Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand.
It was listed as the World’s Best Awards 2015 from Travel Leisure South East Asia magazine, where all aspects of the design are full of details, to give a wonderful feeling of getting lost in the Maze of the sea. The design was created by one of the most Thailand renowned architects; Duangrit Bunnag, who founded Duangrit Bunnag Architect Limited
“The best thing that you can do as an architect is to make yourself disappear. It’s not about you. It’s about them, the people, the context and whatever. It does never be about you. Duangrit Bunnag
“Darkness is another dimension in architectural creations.” Mathar Bunnag – Architect
THE BARAI is one of the most beautiful resorts in Thailand with extraordinary “Ligh & Shadow”. It feels like you walk into mysterious light that contain its complexity than usual physical eyes can perceive. This significant design inspires travelers around the globe to be here, at Hua Hin, with the latest award, 2018 Conde Nast Johansens Award for Excellence – Best for Luxury Value.
Metha Bunnag, a world-renowned Thai architect who specializes in narrative detailing through architecture by giving emotion, calmness, relaxation or memorization to the place that he designed.
“We want the cosmic force to relate to architecture, landscape, and nature. If the correlation is exactly the architect desired, the beauty occurs. “Mathar Bunnag – Architect.
“We meld the character of the rich cultures from of Phuket history into contemporary architectures” Amata Luphaiboon – Architect
Phuket is a blissful place with harmonious cultures. SALA Phuket Resort and Spa is an exceptional 5-star hotel that is renowned for its delicate architectures and indicative of the local history.
The place was designed by “Amata Luphaiboon“, a young charismatic architect who swept architecture awards from both in and out of the country who has been a model for the new generation to step up into the professional architect career.
“Thai architects work beautifully and think outside the box. We are highly creative and have the ability to recognize the delicate beauty in an astonishing way. “ Amata Luphaiboon – Architect
Return to the root of our nature or become the part of it?
If you think about Phuket and we challenge you to list the 5-Stars hotels that you’ve dreamed of.
One of them must be “Renaissance Phuket Resort & Spa” without any doubt. This place is the most astonishing rendez-vous between human and nature. What is the core idea behind this concept?
“I always think about the journey, from the beginning to the end” Chana Sumpalung, the veteran architect from Architect 49 said.
“I want our guest to love the nature just like myself. This place can educate people and can benefit back to nature. These are the parts that we proud of”